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Original name: Undang-undang No. 2/2004 tentang Penyelesaian Perselisihan Hubungan Industrial
Name: Law No. 2/2004 concerning Industrial Relations Disputes Settlement.
Country: Indonesia
Subject(s): Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2004-01-14
Entry into force:
Published on: Business News (English Edition), 2004-04-28, No. 7051-7052 (continued), pp. 26A-30A
ISN: IDN-2004-L-67355
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=67355&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Business News (English Edition), 2004-04-28, No. 7051-7052 (continued), pp. 26A-30A
Major Labour Laws of Indonesia , 2005, Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration/ILO Jakarta, Kantor Perburuhan Internasional, Jakarta, Indonesia, Second Edition, ISBN: 92-2-015838-8, pp. III 59-111 PDF 203KB PDF 203KB
Act on-line in Indonesian Act on-line in Indonesian Badan Pengawasan Keuangan dan Pembangunan (Economic Development Supervisory Agency), Indonesia PDF PDF (consulted on 2011-02-21)
Legislation on-line Legislation on-line Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration, Indonesia PDF of Act in English PDF of Act in English (consulted on 2012-11-20)
Abstract/Citation: Comprehensive legislation governing settlement of labour disputes. Part 1 contains general provisions. Law applies to disputes resulting from differences in views between employer or group of employers and (an) employee(s) or labour union over rights, interests, and lay-off, as well as to disputes among labour unions in one company. Establishes that any labour dispute shall first be settled through bipartite negotiations to reach an agreement. Part 2 regulates procedure for settling labour disputes. Contains provisions on settlement of disputes through bipartite negotiations, and on settlement of disputes through mediation.
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